The next meeting to discuss the implementation of a law requiring that marijuana edibles look different from everyday food products will take place this afternoon -- and there are more pot-related events happening this week, too. Keep reading to learn more:
A marijuana edibles rule-making meeting discussing how to implement HB 14-1366, the aforementioned law, will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. today in room 1C in the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center, 1300 Broadway. Visit smartcolorado.com to learn more.
The next Puff, Pass & Paint event, where you can explore your creativity in a cannabis-friendly atmosphere, is scheduled for Sunday, October 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. Admission is $50. Visit puffpassandpaint.com or e-mail email@example.com.
The Grow School's one-day in-person courses will teach you everything you need to know about growing marijuana; the course includes a tour of a legal grow. The next classes are Friday, October 24; Saturday, October 25; Sunday, October 26; and beyond. Each class runs from noon to 5 p.m. and costs between $99 and $249. Visit thegrowschool.org for more information.
The Infused Product and Extraction Symposium starts next Monday, October 27, and runs through Wednesday, October 29; it'll be held at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center, 7800 East Tufts Avenue, and will include best practices, legislative discussions and more. Visit cannabisbusinesssummit.com/infused-products-symposium for more details.
A new round of Sell-SMaRT classes, the responsible cannabis vendor training program collaboration between the National Cannabis Industry Association and Cannabis Trainers, has been scheduled for Monday, October 27, Wednesday, November 19, and Wednesday, December 10. All classes will take place from noon to 5 p.m. at Dixie Elixirs, 4990 Oakland Street, and cost $97 for NCIA members and $147 for non-members. Visit thecannabisindustry.org/events to learn more or sign up.
Find more cannabis-related events in our calendar listings.
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